Prom dresses for low-income families is a piece I created to help students in need of prom attire. The places listed below may be able to help homeless students, those who live in shelters and do not have a family to assist them with getting a prom dress, or low-income families. With so many people in need, there are many programs available that offer free prom dresses and tuxedos as well as earrings, necklaces, evening bags, shawls, makeup and shoes to those in need. These organizations that help young girls attend their proms who otherwise could not believe girls from all walks of life deserve the chance to feel beautiful, confident and special.
My goal is to see students attend their prom who otherwise could not attend due to not being able to afford a prom dress. If you don’t find a dress in your area please scroll to the bottom of the page for lists by state. Keep in mind most of these programs don’t open until early spring.
Prom and Teens (Tuxedos)– After-Prom.org . Did you know gowns and tuxedos are given free of charge (or for a nominal donation) to students whose limited financial situation could prevent them from attending their school’s proms, semi-formals, or graduations.
Abby’s Closet helping prom dreams come true for low-income families. PO Box 402 West Linn, OR 97068 Phone: 503.722.1524 (Please leave a message and they will return your call or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Operation Prom (California, Georgia, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Texas.) was established to help low-income students attend their Proms by providing free Prom dresses and tuxedo rentals. It has since expanded to include regular donations of clothing and school supplies to students who are sick, homeless or live in shelters and do not have a family to assist them. Click here for more information.
Fairy Godmother Inc. provides a special high school prom experience for qualified high school girls whose financial situation would otherwise preclude their ability to attend their prom. Click here for more information.
Prom Project (California) is dedicated to helping High School Senior girls from low-income families of Orange County attend their prom with self-confidence and in style by providing free prom dresses and accessories. Click here for more information.
Alice’s Closet (Broome County NY) Alice’s Closet, 100 Rano Boulevard, Vestal NY. Takes donated gowns as well as gives them free of charge to young ladies in need. To drop off a gown or to adopt one as your very own, visit whenever the store is open (10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. weekdays; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays)
Giving Gown collects donations of new and “like-new” formal gowns and accessories and provide them FREE of charge to high school girls who would otherwise be unable to attend their Prom. Click here for more information.
The Glass Slipper Project gives away free prom dresses and accessories to high school Juniors and Seniors in the Chicagoland and surrounding areas. Click here for more information.
Becca’s Closet offers free prom dresses to low-income families. They open in the Spring for prom dress distributions. Click here for more information.
Project G.L.A.M. outfits thousands of economically disadvantaged girls for their high school prom. Click here to find out more. Telephone: 1- 888-WGIRLS8 email: email@example.com.
Kenzie’s Closet makes high school prom dresses and related accessories available to students who can’t afford them so that no young woman in Cincinnati will have to miss her prom because of family financial limitations. Click here for more information.
Caitlin’s Closet specializes in sending boxes of dresses to groups and organizations that cater to young ladies in need. If you need a box of various dresses and sizes for an upcoming event please let them know here. They believe that no one should have to miss a special event, prom or awards banquet because of financial limitations. Click here for more information.
Ever After Gowns provides prom dresses and accessories to high school students in need throughout Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota and the surrounding areas. Click here for more information. Get a Dress , The Boutique , Drop Spots for donations
The Ruby Room in Seattle provides formal attire to teens in financial need, enabling them to participate in their high school prom. Click here for more information.
The Cinderella Project strives to help young ladies have the perfect gown or short dress for that special
occasion such as the prom. Click here for more information. Get a free prom dress, Donate a free prom dress, Be a sponsor, Volunteer now.
New Jersey: Project Dress Up – Email or call for more information on how to get a dress during the month of April. During this month, Oaks Integrated Care gives away hundreds of beautiful prom gowns to anyone who says they cannot afford one. They also give shoes, shawls, purses and jewelry. It’s called “Project Dress Up”. You can even donate dresses too. Click here.
Find A Prom Dress In Your Area:
Having a hard time finding a dress with the links above? No problem here are some links to lists of places listed by stats to help you get a prom dress for that special night.
- Donate My Dress has a long list by state that offers young ladies and young men attire for the prom. Click here to find a dress in your area.
- Dress Chapters – whether you need a dress or have a dress, shoes, services or accessories to donate, please contact a local chapter for more information. Click here for a long list of chapters that offer dresses and accept dresses.
Cheap Prom Dresses
Goodwill has a lot of gently worn prom dresses for a fraction of the price. Visit your local Goodwill or Thrift Store to see what they have available.